Table of contents:
- Installation "Black Whole Conference"
- Sound Wave
- Controller of the Universe
- Economy: Melting Ice Sculpture
- Skateboard flower
- Book sculptures by Nicholas Jones
- San Francisco from kitchen utensils
- Skull made of kitchen utensils
- Pinhead made of sand
Elvis, which can burst into flames at any moment, was created by Scottish sculptor David Mach using 50,000 matches.
Installation "Black Whole Conference"
The Black Whole Conference installation is a huge sphere of 72 chairs, 400 centimeters in diameter, created by Michel de Broin in 2006. This amazing design resembles the immune system - it protects itself by blocking the entrance inside, and trying to remove a foreign body from its environment. The installation looks very harmonious. It was part of an exhibition entitled "Nothing is Lost, Nothing is Created, Everything is Transformed" at the Montreal Museum of Art.
Korean artist Jean Shin created the "Sound Wave" sculpture in 2007 from melted vinyl records. It carries with it the message, which is to show how waves of technological progress on their way carry with them obsolete technologies, at the same time bringing new forms of progress to each generation.
Controller of the Universe
Sculpture Damiаn Ortega Controller of the Universe consists of many hand tools suspended in the air, resembling debris after an explosion.
Economy: Melting Ice Sculpture
To symbolically represent today's economic collapse, resourceful artists Nora Ligorano and Marshall Reese created a creative ice sculpture consisting of seven letters and making up the word "ECONOMY". Ice letters were erected in Manhattan's business district. The melting installation appeared on the street on October 29, 2008.
The talented master Ted Hunter has grown a graceful flower from skateboards. The flower petals are designed in the shape of a tulip. The blooming installation was presented in 2005 at the Wood Turning Center, Philadelphia.
Book sculptures by Nicholas Jones
Australian artist Nicholas Jones transforms old books into amazing works of art. Using old discarded books that he finds in a repository of unnecessary literature in the library of the University of Melbourne, Nicholas, cutting and folding every page of the book, turns it into a real book masterpiece.
San Francisco from kitchen utensils
Sculptor Zhan Wang created the unusual landscape of the city of San Francisco using stainless steel pans, pots and plates, and silverware. The silhouette of the city was shown at the Museum of Asian Art in San Francisco.
Skull made of kitchen utensils
Sculptor Sudobh Gupta used one ton of kitchen utensils: pots, pots, and pans to create an installation titled “Very Hungry God”.
Pinhead made of sand
The Sand Pinhead statue (a character from the movie Hellraiser) was created by Latvian artist Helena Bangert in Belgium in 2004.